Beeler Pork Brains PORT

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In many cultures, different types of brain are considered a delicacy.

The makeup of the brain is about 12% lipids; 65% of its calories come from fat, far higher than other organ or muscle meats. The fat in pork brain is rich in DHA and other essential fatty acids.

?DHA, an important omega-3 fatty acid, is found concentrated in mammalian brains. For example, according to Nutrition Data, 3 oz of cooked beef brain contains 727 mg of DHA.

?Essential for the growth and functional development of the brain in infants & required for maintenance of normal brain function in adults.

⭐️Has a stronger anti-inflammatory effect than EPA! Lowers the genetic expression of four types of pro-inflammatory proteins, whereas EPA lowers only one type.

??Supports brain and eye health.

?Play a positive role in sleep quality and reducing depression.?

?‍?Pigs are mostly indoors with outdoor access (not pasture-raised).
However,  they're not large-scale confinement-raised or CAFO raised.

?Humanely housed in large, unrestricted pens for social interaction and freedom of movement.
Barns are extra comfortable, deeply bedded, with fresh air and outdoor access.

? Health Practices: No antibiotics or gestation crates. No mRNA vaccines.

? Feeding Tips: Feed brains as a wholefood omega supplement to the diet, like egg yolks or fatty fish. Overfeeding may cause irregular stools due to the high fat content.
Moderation is key for this nutritious offal cut.

??For young animals, rotate between cod liver, salmon roe, and egg yolks for better brain and neurological development.
Animals with neurological disorders, seizures and seniors can benefit from eating brain.

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